Set to be held on Sunday, January 14, 2024 (Pacific Standard Time), the 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards is a celebration of the finest cinematic and television achievements, with the recent announcement marking the latest of a series of nominations for “Moving” in recent months.
Since October this year, “Moving” has taken home the awards for Best Creative, Best Visual Effects, Best Writer (Kangfull), Best Lead Actor (Ryu Seung-ryong), Best Newcomer Actor (Lee Jung-ha) and Best Newcomer Actress (Go Youn-jung) at Busan International Film Festival’s Asia Content Awards & Global OTT Awards, as well as the Best Series and Best Actress in a Series (Han Hyo-joo) awards at the 59th Daejong International Film Award.
A thrilling story set across 20 breathtaking episodes, “Moving” tells the story of a group of South Korean special agents working to protect their super-powered children from harm and exploitation at the hands of malicious government agencies. Initially recruited because of their extraordinary abilities to fly, instantly heal, and use their enhanced senses in the field, the agents disappeared without a trace after being tasked with carrying out increasingly dubious missions. But with their children now exhibiting similar abilities and a dangerous assassin rapidly picking off super-powered individuals, the parents must leave their peaceful lives behind to become the “monsters” they once were.
First premiering in August this year, “Moving” rapidly became the most viewed Korean original series on Disney+*.
Hailed as “a superhero story with an emotional core” by Forbes, “the next breakout hit from Asia” by Variety, and “surprising and powerful” by IGN, “Moving” stars some of the biggest names in the Korean entertainment industry, including Ryu Seung-ryong, Han Hyo-joo, and Jo In-sung in his long-awaited return to a drama series.
Stream all 20 subtitled episodes of “Moving” today, exclusively on Disney+.
*Based on hours streamed in its first 7 days streaming on Disney+.